On Thursday, June 26, the Government of Canada announced a new Tri-Council funding program.

A public consultation is now underway lead by the Canada Research Coordinating Committee (CRCC). It will close on Monday, August 27. There are three topics on which consultation is invited: the design of the proposed new fund, support for early career researchers, and strengthening equity, diversity and inclusion in research. The Computer Science research community is invited to participate in the consultation.

Further information about the announcement is available here.

Details about the three topics and on-line questionnaires for each are available here.


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